Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Board
BPAB Advisory Board
- 3 p.m.
- First Tuesday of every month
- Zoom Webinar
Agendas & Minutes
Go to current agendas and minutes (August 2019 to present.)
On the Agendas and Minutes Page, use the filter button to the right of the search bar to filter by date or by the name of a board or committee.
Archived minutes and agendas: City Council and Board and Commission records from June 18, 2012, to July 19, 2019.
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board is responsible for being a citizen voice to the City regarding getting around by bicycle and on foot. This can include consideration of bicycle and pedestrian facilities, policies and behaviors. Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board Resources
- Nine members
- Three-year terms
Membership shall be representative of bicycling organizations, bicycle dealers, organizations concerned with education and safety, business organizations and private citizens concerned with non-motorized transportation issues (i.e. commuting, persons with disabilities, aging community, recreations, high school students). Qualifications include being a resident of the City of Missoula.
Appointment by the Mayor is subject to Council confirmation.
|Members||Start of Term||End of Term|
|James Walter||Oct. 1, 2020||Sept. 30, 2023|
|Chris Surgenor||Jan. 11, 2021||Sept. 30, 2023|
|Kristopher Pesci||Oct. 1, 2020||Sept. 30, 2023|
|Eugene Schmitz||May 18, 2020||Sept. 30, 2021|
|Cory Simenson||July 19, 2021||Sept. 30, 2024|
|Jessica Dougherty Goodburn||Feb. 11, 2019||Sept. 30, 2021|
|Jessica Tuberty||Nov. 25, 2019||Sept. 30, 2022|
|Kip Beckwith||Oct. 19, 2020||Sept. 30, 2022|
|Britt Arnesen||Oct. 1, 2019||Sept. 30, 2022|
City Council Committee
For more information contact the department liaison Ben Weiss, Senior Planner for the Bicycle & Pedestrian Program - Public Works, Infrastructure & Mobility, 406-552-6352.
Position vacancies are advertised in the media approximately one month in advance. Interested in serving on a board? These are the vacant positions we are recruiting now.